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Lovro Pogorelich - Publications andrei gavrilov, piano (Russia/Swiss). Grigory Zhislin, violina (Russia/GreatBritain). Lovro Pogoreliæ. Kodaly kvartet (Hungary) and Rita Kinka, pianist ( http://www.lovropogorelich.com/festivals/
Extractions: estival Pako ljeto - The Summer Festival in the Town of Pag was founded in 1999 and it has already become a tradition to have it opened by Lovro Pogorelic's recital. Lovro traces his origin to Pag, and the Festival originated out of his wish to help and dignify life of the town of Pag by meaningful companionship of quality through various projects. The town of Pag is a small renaissance town made of stone, a zoning unicum well known not only by the famous lace and cheese, but also by the tradition of cultural events.
Extractions: Navigation Menu News About the project Romance Composers RUVO-classic Concerts CDs ..CD #1 ..Review Performers ..Sharapova ..Gavrilov ..Ljadov ..Trifonova Links Composers Alyabiev Arensky Balakirev Borodin Bulakhov Cui Dargomyzhsky Gavrilin Glazunov Gliere Glinka Gniesin Gretchaninov Guriliov Ippolitov-Ivanov Kabalevsky Kalinnikov Catoire Liadov Medtner Miaskovsky Mussorgsky Napravnik Prokofiev Rachmaninov Rimsky-Korsakov Rubinstein Scherbatchov Schnittke Scriabin Serov Shaporin Shebalin Shostakovich Slonimsky Stravinsky Sviridov Taneyev Tchaikovsky Tcherepnin Varlamov Vasilenko Vierstovsky Viyelgorsky IRINA SHARAPOVA Pianist International competition diploma at the St.Petersburg Conservatory IRINA SHARAPOVA was born in 1951. She graduated from the Conservatory with diplomas in Piano (with Prof. Lysenko, now leading professor at the Toronto University Music Department) and in Chamber Ensemble (with Prof. Fondaminskaya). She completed her postgraduate study in Chamber Ensemble with leading professors of that discipline. Since 1981 Mrs. Sharapova has been
Extractions: This rendition of Chopins Etudes is surely one of the best ive ever listened to. Andrei Gravilov has an extraodinary technique and every Etude is perfomed not only perfectly but with so much passion and fire to astonish the listener. At the moment i own nine sets of these beautiful pieces and this one along with Boris Berezovsky and Juana Zayas is the best in my opinion. All the others (Pollini, Peraya, Ashkenazy, Chiu, Cziffra, Cherkassky)are really notable and very different. I love all of them though Berezosky, Gravilov and Zayas stand a part for the passion overall, the lyricism and beyond-descripion technique displayed.
History andrei gavrilov, gold medalist of the famed Tchaikovsky Competition has been called PianistBella Davidovich was heard in Newport before her heralded Carnegie http://www.newportmusic.org/2003_history.htm
Extractions: History of The Newport Music Festival The Newport Music Festival was founded in 1969 as an attempt by the Metropolitan Opera to establish a summer season in Newport, much like the Boston Symphony at Tanglewood. However, outdoor opera is not a natural for Newportthe fog rolled in, the sopranos couldnt sing, and an instrument literally fell apart on stage. What did happen, however, is that a few far-sighted, creative persons visited Newports extraordinary mansions and realized the possibility of performing chamber music in the kind of grand rooms for which that music had originally been written. The early Festival utilized many members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and was the forerunner of the Romantic revival, so popular now worldwide. Approaching its 35 rd season, the Newport Music Festival still offers music of the Romantic eraroughly 1825-1900but in recent years it has expanded the dates and now presents a wide spectrum, from Bach to Berio. The Festival has had dozens of world premieres of contemporary composers as well as rare discoveries of forgotten minor masterpieces. For instance, the Festival presented the world premiere of a four-hand Andante Cantabile by Claude Debussy, found in manuscript at the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York, and an unknown
Extractions: (last updated 11:48 AM 12 June) Verdi Favourites A selection of Verdi arias recorded at La Scala, Verona and Covent Garden, with artists including Jose Carreras and Kiri Te Kanawa Pulcinella The Basle Ballet dance in choreographer Heinz Spoerli's production of Stravinsky's offbeat work, based on commedia dell'arte characters. With Sheldon Schwartz, Amanda Bennett and Loya Molloy, accompanied by the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields, under the baton of Neville Marriner I Graves: The Life and Loves of an English Poet Profile of I Claudius author Robert Graves, the English poet, writer, classical academic and critic whose war poems laid the foundations for an acclaimed, yet troubled, career Rachmaninov's Vespers Valery Polyansky conducts the USSR Ministry of Culture Chamber Choir in a performance of Rachmaninov's sacred work from the Royal Albert Hall. With soloists Tatiana Zheranzhe (contralto) and Victor Radkevich (tenor) Vision on Art Part two. Harold Van de Perre examines Jan van Eyck's masterpieces, including Adoration of the Lamb, Madonna of Chancellor Rolin and Arnolfini and His Wife
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April 22, 2004 | 98.7WFMT Program Playlists | WFMT In 1997, he became the first pianist to give a live recital over the fr Romeo andJuliet Folk Dance, Minuet, The Young Juliet, MasksAndrei gavrilov, p. DG http://www.wfmt.com/playlists/daily/april/dpl042204.html
Extractions: Network Chicago Guide Artist of the Month: Keyboard Legend Earl Wild Heir to the virtuoso tradition of Liszt and Rachmaninoff, an artist who's appeared before an international public for some 70 years, Wild comes to Chicago's Millennium Park to perform with the Chicago Chamber Musicians April 14. Wild was the first pianist ever to perform on television: in 1939, before most people even knew what TV was. In 1997, he became the first pianist to give a live recital over the Internet. We'll celebrate Wild's artistry this month with recordings of concertos, solo works, and brilliant transcriptions from the worlds of opera and song. [Earl Wild with CCM, Wednesday, April 14, 7:30 pm, Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater for Music and Dance, 205 E. Randolph. Box office (312) 334-7777, or visit www.chicagochambermusic.org
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Accent Online: Fall 2000: Page 4 The Formal Opening Night Gala concert featured the spectacular Russian pianistAndrei gavrilov, returning for his 25th anniversary season, in a stirring http://www.yamaha.com/publications/accent/Accent400/04.htm
Extractions: Daniel Martyn Lewis performed an all-Bach program for his North American premiere. The Formal Opening Night Gala concert featured the spectacular Russian pianist Andrei Gavrilov , returning for his 25th anniversary season, in a stirring concert of Bach and Chopin. Gold medalist of the famed Tchaikovsky Competition, Gavrilov was one of the first young Russians to appear in America. Illustrious piano performances were likewise presented by Agustin Anievas John Bayless Bernadene Blaha Victor Borge Mirian Conti Kevin Fitz-Gerald Kemal Gekic Carlo Grante Alain Jacquon Francine Kay Piers Lane Valentina Lisitsa Hamish Milne Pedja Muzijevic Juana Zayas Thomas Hrynkiw , and Yamaha artists Frederic Chiu and Anne-Marie McDermott "Every year seems to be another knock-out. Yamaha has been a major sponsor of the Newport Music Festival since 1987. I can't imagine doing this festival without them," Malkovich admits. "Yamaha has been so helpful. The pianos always arrive on time, properly tuned, and with 64 concerts spread over 17 days, that's extremely important to us. Logistically, it was flawless, and much of that was due to the cooperation of Yamaha." John Bayless at The Breakers The Newport Music Festival, long synonymous with outstanding classical performances in a Rhode Island community renowned for seaside elegance, garnered yet another accolade last February. For the second consecutive year, it was chosen by Cadogan Press as one of "America's Elite 1000 - The Ultimate List," placing Newport in company with just 19 other national events including the Academy Awards, the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament, and The Metropolitan Opera.
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Prokofiev, Prisoner Of The State/Part 3 them with the musical image of a clubfingered amateur pianist spraying out AndreiGavrilov, too, rejects the received idea that the War Sonatas had anything http://www.siue.edu/~aho/musov/proko/prokofiev3.html
Extractions: Below: Prokofiev with Mira Mendelson In an official symposium on the composer in 1954, Ilya Ehrenburg, encoding his meaning in the way customary under such circumstances, observed: "Posterity will not be able to understand our difficult and glorious period of life without intently listening to the works of Sergei Prokofiev, and contemplating his extraordinary fate." Had Ehrenburg said this about Shostakovich, few Western pundits (in recent years, at least) would have missed what he was getting at. Applying similar criteria to Prokofiev, however, is still quite a new idea. Though much of his brisk arrogance was curbed by the adversity of his final years, Prokofiev remained fundamentally self-centred, interested chiefly in his own inner world. His capacity, or desire, to empathise with the lot of other people being limited, it is hardly surprising that, compared with Shostakovich, his work should be thinner on tragic subtexts. All too often brilliantly one-dimensional, a large part of Prokofiev's music is that of a clever, derisive child, achieving its best effects in the context of fairy-tale, romanticised history, or nostalgia for boyhood. As with Ravel, whom he particularly admired, Prokofiev's engagement with the practical world of adulthood was reluctant (and often sarcastically ill-tempered). Unlike Ravel, however, it was his "extraordinary fate" to be forced to see far enough beyond his own predicament for his creativity to deepen in spite of itself. Whatever else it did to him, life in the USSR made him grow up.
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Extractions: Veranstalter: Förderverein der Philharmonie Südwestfalen. Mit Unterstützung der Sparkasse Siegen Bedeutende internationale Solisten von Viktoria Mullova bis Rudolf Buchbinder und ein anspruchsvolles und zugleich wirkungsmächtiges Programm machen das Gala-Konzert S-Klassik seit Jahren zum zentralen Ereignis der Musiksaison. In diesem Jahr wird sich der russische Ausnahmepianist Andrei Gavrilov mit Rachmaninoffs Klavierkonzert vorstellen und der neue Chefdirigent Russell N. Harris seine erste von ihm verantwortete Konzertspielzeit eröffnen. www.theatersiegen.de